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The Voice Essay

  • Submitted by: patelhb92
  • on March 22, 2012
  • Category: English
  • Length: 785 words

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The Voice

She woke up in a white room, on a white bed. Artificial light swallowing her up from the fluorescent lights above. Blinking a few times, she sits up, her pale skinned arms holding the bed on each side of her. And then, she hears him, and remembers where she is and why. "Good morning, sleepy head. Did you have a nice sleep?" "Go away." "Come on now, Joselyn. We go through this every day. Haven't you learned already." He laughs. That sick, evil laugh echos through her head. She hates it, hates him. Wants him to leave her alone but he won't. The pills.. they don't work. The doctor and nurses say they will but she knows for a fact that he'll never disappear. They don't hear him, so how could they know! "Leave me alone. Please!" She falls off the bed, and crawls to the corner of the room. The room is completely lit, it's not possible for any shadows to be there because of this right? Then why.. why is there a shadow standing right in front of her, with a big disgusting grin on it's face? "Let's play a game, little Joselyn." "No.. I don't want to play with you. I just want you to go away." "Tsk tsk. You know I can't do that. I was born for you, so how could I ever leave you?" Holding her hands over her ears, she shuts her eyes tightly. But she can still hear him. Hear the malice dripping off his every word. "I won't leave you Joselyn. And you can never escape me." She lets out a scream and runs to the door. It opens with ease. She notices that no one has even come to see what the scream was about. Even as she's running down the hallway, panting and crying, no one is giving the littlest glance. "And I thought you said you didn't want to play." "No. Don't follow me, leave me alone!" She finds a door that leads to the stairs. Quickly opening it, she runs down flights and flights until she reaches a door with a sign on it saying, 'Ground Floor'. "Someone, help me please!" She stands in the middle of the lobby, trying to catch her breath. There are many people...

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